Updated: Thu 8 Sep 2016
Physical Education (@Bulmershe_PE)
The Bulmershe School PE Department aims to raise standards in PE and Sport for all students across the ability range, leading to whole school improvement. Specialist status brings many exciting sporting opportunities and experiences for our students offering unique opportunities for all to develop their sporting talent and potential within a broad and balanced curriculum that places great emphasis on the development of the whole child.
The Bulmershe School PE Department is a busy and vibrant department with each child having three hours a fortnight of core PE lessons from Year 7 to Year 9, one hour a week of PE in year 10 and year 11. At Key Stage 4 we offer GCSE PE, Duke of Edinburgh and the Rookie Lifeguard qualification. At Key Stage 5 we offer BTEC National Extended Certificate in Sport, BTEC National Subsidiary Diploma in Sport and BTEC National Subsidiary Diploma in Dance.
The Bulmershe School PE Department has extremely high expectations and is proud of the success of students at KS3, KS4 & KS5 as well as success in various sporting fields. The PE Department are always looking to challenge students further and are constantly developing their own teaching and learning strategies.
The Bulmershe School PE Department is proud to boast some of the best sporting facilities in the county, which include 3 football pitches (1 9-a-side and 2 11-a-side), 2 rugby pitches, a cricket wicket, athletics track, fitness suite and spinning room, sports hall, swimming pool, 5 netball courts, 5 tennis courts and access to an Olympic Gymnastics venue. We are also privileged to have a Goals Centre (10 5-a-side football pitches and 2 7-a-side football pitches), Kingfisher Table Tennis Club and Bulmershe Gymnastics Club on site.
Please click on the google doc below to view the curriculum overview for the 2016 - 2017 Academic Year.
Should you wish to contact a teacher in this department please email the head of department and copy to our office email. (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This will mean we can ensure a swift response.
Mr Bradbury: Assistant Subject Leader
Extra Curricular Clubs
To view the extra curricular timetable for September to October half term please click on the google doc below.
Football (all years)
Rugby (years 7-9)
Netball (all years)
Basketball (U19 & U14)
Athletics (U15 & U13)
Cross Country (U14 & U12)
Cricket (years 7 – 10)
Hockey (year 7)
Tennis (U15 & U13)
Rounders (years 7 –10)
Students have the opportunity to attend a number of day and residential trips that run through the PE Department ranging from T20 matches at Hampshire or Surrey and the BBL Cup Final at The NIA to ski trips, football tours (this year's tour is to Barcelona), outdoor adventurous activities and careers in sport at Brunel University.
We have a member of staff (Mrs G Lappin - email@example.com) that works two day's a week as the School Games Organiser providing Level 2 and 3 competitions for Wokingham.
For course details please click on the PDF document at the bottom of this page.